We all know that sustainability and ethical sourcing is very important, to a very large number of people, and this number is only on the increase.
Now stop for a second to consider the amount of wood that goes into creating a beautiful, long-lasting kitchen. It won’t surprise you that a lot of people are looking for sustainable kitchens these days.
So, let’s take a moment to talk about the Pronorm approach to protecting the environment because the people at Pronorm take this all very seriously. They’re not like some businesses who make sheepish claims about sustainability; they genuinely care, and they can prove it.
The company boasts a number of certificates to show that they’re committed to environmental responsibility, but what does this actually mean?
First of all, they reduce waste.
Using advanced environmental management systems, they reduce waste to a minimum and wield as much material as possible.
Second, they’ve achieved low energy consumption.
This can be achieved by a simple gesture of planting trees, but they’ve also optimised their compressed air system so that they can work with lower air pressure and use less power too.
And third, they avoid harmful materials.
They use water-based lacquers on wood-front doors, that are largely styrene free, and they are committed to producing less foil fronted and PVC kitchens.
If you’re looking for a kitchen that’s been created sustainably by an honest manufacturer, you won’t find one much greener than Pronorm.